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Oregon Trail Journey After The Civil War, is the story of a southern woman and her older brother, striking out for the West to escape the hardships of the South after the Civil War. She didn’t want to leave her home but not wanting to be left isolated, she goes with him. The wagon train along the Oregon Trail is led by a seasoned veteran of the War; on the opposite side. Romance develops but the brother is still bitter about the south losing the war. When a virulent disease erupts the wagon master abandons the wagon train, taking just the brother and sister and a single wagon, as he strikes off along the trail alone. Tragedy strikes later and the sister has to make a hard choice.

Harriet & Gavin’s Story - A woman is kidnapped from her coach while on her way to Southampton to join her mail ordered fiancé in America. The man tells her that he’s a travel officer there to help capture a trafficking gang and although cooperative, she feels that something is wrong. Once they reach Boston and after meeting her intended, she is again taken while staying at an inn on the way to Colorado. This time she knows that something is wrong and goes kicking and screaming into the night with her abductor. The mystery is revealed later at a farmhouse along the way.

Lottie & Emmett’s Story - An overweight mail order bride with three dead husbands as a track record, goes out to meet a cowboy in California, at the Yuma Arizona train station as that’s the closest to his mountain cabin in California. On the long trek via horseback to California, she learns whether or not she is truly jinxed.

Emma Travels To Her Arizona Rancher, Malory, By Oxcart - A woman from an upper class English family decides to become a mail order bride to an Arizona rancher, but is shocked when she realizes the potentially harsh life ahead on the days-long journey to his remote ranch by oxcart; and it’s a lonely one – accompanied by his silent Native American ranch hand.

GÉNERO
Romance
PUBLICADO
2017
febrero 9
LENGUAJE
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
169
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Susan Hart
VENDEDOR
Smashwords, Inc.
TAMAÑO
219.6
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